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Aerial view from Tupolev ANT-25 airplane flown from Moscow to San Jacinto, CA, breaking the world long-distance flight record. July 14, 1937.

Close-up view of Tupolev ANT-25 aircraft flown from Moscow to San Jacinto, CA, breaking the world record for long-distance flight. July 14, 1937.

Crowd gathers to catch a glimpse of the airplane that set a world record, flying non-stop from Moscow to southern California. July 14, 1937.

Crowd gathers to catch a glimpse of the airplane that set a world record, flying non-stop from Moscow to southern California. July 14, 1937.

Crowd gathers to catch a glimpse of the airplane that set a world record, flying non-stop from Moscow to southern California. July 14, 1937.

Crowd gathers to catch a glimpse of the airplane that set a world record, flying non-stop from Moscow to southern California. July 14, 1937

Crowd gathers to catch a glimpse of the airplane that set a world record, flying non-stop from Moscow to southern California. July 14, 1937.

Close-up view of Tupolev ANT-25 aircraft flown from Moscow to San Jacinto, CA, breaking the world record for long-distance flight. July 14, 1937.

Aerial view from Tupolev ANT-25 airplane flown from Moscow to San Jacinto, CA, breaking the world long-distance flight record. July 14, 1937.

Close-up view of Tupolev ANT-25 aircraft flown from Moscow to San Jacinto, breaking the world record for long-distance flight, 1937


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